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I’ve used the term Feature Factory at a couple conference talks over the past two years.
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Over the past 8 years I’ve developed in both Scrum and Kanban.
In this article, we will discuss what makes them different from one another and what is the best case where they should be used.
«Webhooks are a lot similar to APIs, but the emphasis of webhooks is to POST notifications. Hence, it can be called a lightweight version of APIs or a reverse API as it is an event-based one-way form of communication between two web applications.»
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Do you understand what planning and executing a product development strategy truly entails? In this helpful article, product development expert Vince Law works to clarify the concept of “strategic thinking.” Law explains strategy’s importance and offers a practical framework that contextualizes and defines strategy within the overall product development timeline. Law also offers general and specific examples of the framework and thus, strategic thinking, in action. getAbstract recommends this article to project leaders looking to better understand how to develop and execute strategy.
«Mission: This is a statement that describes the problem you are setting out to solve, typically including who you are solving it for.»
Agile project management techniques have the potential to help companies develop software focused on their customers’ needs in less time and with less waste than the old approaches. But as author John Cutler points out in this short, illustrated read from Hackernoon, agile isn’t a magic pill that will fix an organization’s productivity woes on its own. getAbstract recommends this short post as a starting point for those who may be considering an agile implementation but aren’t sure what to expect.
The terms “bitcoin” and “blockchain” flooded headlines after the value of the cryptocurrency more than tripled in the fourth quarter of 2017. But if you are not a currency trader or a technology expert, chances are you may not be fully familiar with their underlying concepts. Mohit Mamoria, the CEO of cryptofund Authorito, helps laypeople understand blockchain in this easy-to-follow blog post on Medium.
I used natural language processing techniques to analyze net neutrality comments submitted to the FCC from April-October 2017, and the…
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